Newborn infants experience withdrawal from psychiatric drugs

The article below is from almost a year ago but I somehow missed it. It strikes me as rather important. My psychiatrist was always trying to convince me to have babies...I always told him he was nuts to think I would consider getting pregnant while on so many drugs that were highly questionable. He insisted... Continue Reading →

The Loud Hands Project: the Autistic Self Advocacy Network

The Loud Hands Project is a publishing effort by the Autistic Self Advocacy Network.

“When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within himself, and his suffering is spilling over.”

A lovely story of growing up with a lot of pain and learning from it as an adult. This is written by Saddhamala (Nancy Nicolazzo) and is from WildMind. I've excerpted the beginning so that you might go a read the rest. “When another person makes you suffer, it is because he suffers deeply within... Continue Reading →

Spiritual aspects of psychosis and recovery

Some people view their madness as a spiritual journey. But can religious or spiritual experiences be distinguished from psychotic ones? A number of studies have found it impossible to differentiate between mystical experiences and psychosis solely on the basis of phenomenological description.

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